Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 9, 1842, Page 5

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 9, 1842 Page 5
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TH Vol. VI11.?No. 300 WltoJn Bo. 3101. NEW JERSEY HA1LROAD AND TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. NEW YORK AND NEWAHK. Front tnr tool ol Coortlandt r'rr?rt, N"W York. (K??ry day?Sunday ??" opu-d.) Leaves New i??rk . -WVr!. Tfiiy ?? ?? At 9 A. M. At ; P. M. At 7-4 n. m. rit i. m IIH Jo. 4 do. 8 do. 3*? Jo. < ^ J,,. 9 Jo 6 do. .7 Jo. 11 6 Jo. 7 Jo 10 do. ON SUNDAYS. Kroui the foot ol Conrtlandt street. Leave New York, Leave Newark. At ? A. M. awl tS P. M. At IU P. M. and is P. M. NEW YORK. ELIZABETH TO Wry. Leave New York. Leave Kits it., th Town. 9 A. M. 7 A. M. 2 P.M. IK A.M. t\ " I0H A. M. <2 P. M. D? M. ( " J P.M. , . 9\ " The train* for Westfield. Plaiufuld, Uoundbrook, Soinrrville, lie., eminect with the 9 A M. 2 nil P M train* trom New Yoik, daily, SuuJaya escepted. Fare between New York and Elizabeth Town 25 cent* Fare between Jo and Soinerville. 75 centa. NKVY YORK. RAIiWAY AND NE\* BRUNSWICK Fare reduced, f"*" From the foot of Liberty street, daily. Leave New York. Leave New Brunswick t. At 9 A. M. At 6X A. M. P. M. 72 " 4* " I2>a " 9 P. M. On Nuudays the 5I< and A.M. trip* from New Brunswick and 2\ P. M. train from New York, are <mitted. Faie between New York and New Brunswick. 75 cent*. Railway, 50 ceut* Tiie fare ui the 5){ and 7jSi A. M. train from New Brunswick, and 1\ and tja t. M train from New York, has been re Jucea. era New York and New Brunswick, to 50 ccnu. he " and Railway to 37)< " -- . Passengers who pioeure their tickets at the ticket office, re ceive a ferry ticket gratia. Tickets are received by the con doctor only on the day when purchased. null 3u>* NEW YORK AND BOSTON RAIL ROAD LINtT" Via Noawu H anu Wost tstti Hailuqsds. a3l l ASElSflh Tl From Pier No. I North Hivrr, Battery Placr. The now ami splendid strambo-i NKW HAVEN, Captain J. K. Dustan, will h ave every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. The new and i| Undid steamboat WORCESTER, Captain J. H. Vanderbill, will have every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Passengers for Boston will be forwarded immediately on the arrival of tha above boats at Norwich, and will proceed without change of cars or baggage. For further information, ewjuire at the offi an the wharf, on boj id the boats, or to D. B. ALLEN, 39 Peer, slip, upstairs. All Persons are forbid trusting uuy one on account of the above boats orowners. n4 1 m? WINTER ARll/NUEMENT. NEVV YORK AND I'iill.AOEl.PtllA RAILROAD "INE . . DIRECT. Via Newark, New Brunswick, Priucelnn, Trenton, Borileu town and Burlington THROUGH IN SIX HOURS. Leave New York, from the foot of Liberty street, daily, at 9 A M aid t?4 P M. The moriunir Line proceeds to BordenMwn, from thence by steamboat to Philadelphia. The Evening Line proceeds direct to Camden, (opposite Philadelphia) without change of cars. Pasaruicvrs will procure their tickets at the office fool of Liberty street, where a commodious steamboit will be in readiuesss. with baggage crates on board. Philadelphia baggage crates are conveyed from city to citv, without being o|>eueii by the way. Eorli train is provided with a Ladies Car, in which aie apartments and dressing rooms expressly for thp Ladies use. Returning, the lines leave Philadelphia from the foot of Chestnut street by railroad from Camden, at 9 o'clock A M.and 3 ocioca, r wi. The Lines Tor Baltimore, leave Philadelphia at 7 A M, snd 4 P M, being a continuation of the lines from New York. <28 3m ?r RAILROAD NOTICE. MARKET AND FREIGHT LINE. rI,IIE NEW JERSEY Railroad"and *Trans|>ortation CoraI pany have established a Freight Line between New Riunswick and New York, which they intend to run permanently. Leav.-ng New Brunswick at A. M. daily, (Sundays excepted) and the foot o( Liber tyilreet, New York, at 2\ P. M. To country dealers aud meictiants the above line is very desirable for I lie speedy and cneap conveyance ot merchandise of every description, and more particularly to Drovers and Dealers in Live Stock, who eau have lit) head of rattle conveyeJ between New Brunswick and New York, the same day whenever ret|nired. The rates for the transportation of cattle, horses, mules, rl cep, hogs, 8tc. aud all other kinds of merchandise are very low, never exceeding steamboat prices. Merchandise sent by this line is not snbiect to any extra charge in crossing the North River. The Company have fitted np a large storehouse at New Brunswick, adioinngc the Railroad De|iot, which will always eo|K-n for the recepnou of me chaudise. rassrugi-rs purchasing their tickets at the ticket offices, will leceive letry tickets gratis. rj5? Freight for Newark, Elizabethtown, Rahway, Westlield, PUiulield, Scotch Plains, Boimdbrook and Somerville, is conveyed by the above lines, and delivered the same day when received. anil 3m* FARE AND FREIGHT REDUCED. **kegula5"mail "Poll fToXov5n.TLiib BOSTON, vii STONiNGTON AND NEWPORT, composed of the following supciur rtumrri, running in connection with (he Stoningtou and l'i? videucr, and Boston and Providence Railroads? MASSACHUSETTS, Captain Comstock. RHODE ISLAND, Capuui Thayer. NARRAGANSETT, Captain Woolsey. MOHEGAN, Captain Vanderoilt. One of which will leave New York daily, (Sundays excepted) from Pier No. 1, North River, Battery Place, at four o'clock, P. M. AnnattoRintitTs. The RHODE ISLAND, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, for stoniiwtnu. "Hie MASSACHUSETTS, ou Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, lor Slonngton. I'aaseiiKerm ?u the arrival of the steamers at Stnnington, nay take the Railroad Cars and proceed immediately to Irovi dence and Boston. Freight taken at the following much reduced rates To Boston, on goods weighing forty pounds or upwards to lie cubic foot, at $6 M per ton, and on measurement goods 7 cents |*r foot. To Providence, on measurement goods 5 cents per cubic foot, and specific articles as per tarif to be obtained at office 23 B-iuHear. myJI pnSr FARE REDUCED. PERSONS GOING SOUTH. WlB figgygnr FaTsE hbDuLtd) on both the routes Irom Biltiinore to Charleston, by the Cnesai>rake Bay, Portsmouth, Weldon, Wilmington, N.C.. and thence to Charleston, to #23, meals on the Bay boats included , or via Washington city, Richmond, Petersburg, Weldon, Wilmington, N. C., and thence to Charleston, to $22, meals extra?making the fare on both routes thr same. Every exertion is made to keep the Railroads and Steamboats connecting these lines in good order, and expedite travel, and make passengers as comfortable as pos sihle. By this route you may be sure of reaching New Orleans rom New York seven or eight days sooner than any oilier line, at an expense not exceeding $72. E. B. DUDLEY, o!9 2wr President W Is R. K. 1L Co. mil l isii aa.ii imiiucu smi uh in iiiivai. MAII. STEAM SHIPS, Of HM.tnus and 440 hone power each. Under contract with the Lords of the Admiralty. BKITANNlA, J. Hewitt, Commander. } CALEDONIA, E. G. Lolt, do i ACADIA, A. Kyrir do I CtTLUMBIA, E. C. Miller, K N do Will sail from Boaloti, via Halifax. FROM LIVFHroOL. FROM ROSTON. Britannia, Hewitt, Oct 4 .Nov 1 1 Caledonia, Lotr, Oct 19 Nov 16 Acarlia, Kyrie, Nor 4 Dec I Columbia, Miller, Nov 19 Dec 17 Britannia, Hewili, Dec 4 Jan I Passage Money?Krom Boston to Liverpool, $133? Boston to Halifax $20. These ahtpa carry experienced surgeons. No Berths seenred until |imd frr. Notr ?Merchati4li7.e and Specie (except for personal ex oenses) shinned under the name of liigKaire will be chanted at freigot, and liable to Custom House Herniations. Apply to oiyr D. BUlUllAM. JR.. No.j_W,,||.,t. STATEN ISLAND KKKKY. Knot of Whitehall street. i lit steam boats STATEN will leave New York and Staten _ Island sa follows'? 1 1NEW IUWR nini i nuAii u. 0 8>* II 10 I'i 1?X Si JS All good* ahipped are rriinirril to l)p particularly in,irk. <1, and are at ihr riak ( the owner* hereof. oi r fOK CHICAGO. LAST TIUP OK ANY STKAMKR FOR LITICR LAKKH THIS 8KASON. aaSI ORKAT WK9TKRN, Captain A. Walker, I ?ttHj.'. J?wtH leaee Buffalo for Chrcag 1 ouKriday.Nnv 3E^^Mn?-Uth, iioinediately alter the arrival ol the Kaatern 'i'rarn ol Cart anil the Packet* The Oreat Weatern will toueh at all the |?irt? accesathle on Lake* hoir and Michigan, usually visited by boat* on the lri- I l? r Like trade. Thia route will afford pasaengera going aouth en opportunity of viewing ihe moat important nine. a en Lake . Krie, Detroit River, Lake Saint Clair, Lake Hanoi, Strain of 1 Mackmiw and Lake Michigan. theuce to Chic .go ? Krom lb. nee Ihr traveller take* petaagc in a lirat rate line of tour horae ( cnachea to Lockp. rt, JiiTielt, O tawa, and Pern; and by learn boat to RorU, Alt?0 and Hnrit Louie, and from ilienee I to New Urban*. The whole n?ee occupied in travelling from < Huffalo to New Orleana will not exceed thirteen day*. I For freight or |>av.aye apply to ttie captain on hoard, or to i I 8toi7r JdkhrtHS. OILSTOfc EVANS. Buffalo. ,%*. > ?KMiL'LAit Clue InCA IT TiKIlL, wiihCL-?oil' tow bnrvea?The new k fiat aajiiug ateam- 1 SL^J^jLiHot WAVE, Captain Vand-rbilt, will leave tue teaoi' oat id?r foot of llobiitvon at, on Mondav, ihe 7th nut at o'clock, I'. M. flirt .tlakill, alonpimt at all the inter u . ,ii u. | indium?h i , e to < elno ll'i, I7V4 r. nta?to Oattaklll, I V) tenia?Berth 21 centi?SUjioer 21 cants. Fr? ighl taken at redneed pricvafrom the different landinga. For further particulari impure of the eaiuin on hoatd. Kegalar day* from New York, Monday*, Wedneadaya and Krtdaya. n6 r E NE NEW SKLLl.Vi 0*>AT WALKKK'9.?5(0 i rU<li<-? ffencji Mailen, French and satiu slipper* <?ud buakiiM, J00 t.r fiu? ciU 'inched tool*. iJ to $3 bo per pair, ?0 pr call and fiur pruned boots, from %i to 2 &> a??J $t jar pair, 1*2! ,int iwou, troin $1 m $2 and %l 50 per pair, 530 j.dir cl ildrtA's do from 3* to is per |>air, 500 pr ladies aoo mi-.M i boon, shoes and huskius, from 4s to 6s aud $' |*i |t, 800 i r of kcuu vvdtar proof b<?ota, inoccasiiu, ludia rubbers in duunutiicr, iiitu * coulee aim line IxkjIi oi all *uru .mil ?izes, from ? " 4 in all All I In* afK?%e U ! >0 |?ri Ct tin* ciif-ajxft in the city. Call and see for yourselves, Canal at, coruer?Y Broadway, at ?2I lm#?c _ _ J. 8. WALKERS. CLINTON CULAf Bool ami Shoe Market. M Greenwich, corner Spriujc at, is the only |>lace where cau be found boots and anoes to ?uit the limes. All i i" who men boots aid shoot will do osU I o i ? ill- ieo* <li? a1 tad ni iin bukiii hom 1 I. ?.??,< uidi thillloo per pair; jrvntleeit-u*' bo its from 12shillim?i to $1 per pair; hoys' boots froin8shilliu<s tn $2SO per paii. All who wis . to save 20 net c*?t will tive a call at the Cliuton Cheap iioi i and >hoe >laikr(, MK) Greenwich corner HptiuK street III *' I, . LAD IKS' BOOX'S AND SHULS?1-? n .em. eMffif'iSl Broadway, keep* a fine assortment of ladies'and children* beets and shoes, of the latest American and European fashions. Orders received by the dozen from places of fashion ible resort, ol6 sod* r G V M N A 8 1 U M , SPARRING SCHOOL it PISTOL GALLERY. MKHSllS. HUDSON k OTTIONON re peclfuily lulorin the gentlemen ol New York, libit llieir extensive fooms at the corner of Broadway and Cnambert street, lor Siwrriug, Gymnastics and Pialol practice, are now open for the lenou. Numerous improvements and addilloua hale been lately made h> the Ujmibuium, which will now be found in every reaped Miatileie and ojual to auy otuer in the country for athletic ex *iaes. Nnarring taught on the moat approved principles. Gentlemen ?Kiting the Pialol Gallery will be supplied witli Pialol a of a au|ierior <|Uality. Terina moderate. Gentlemen are iuvited to call .%i auy time d irtug i lie day oH Im't SELF-ClICK1NG PIS l'OLS BLUNT kl SYM8, .mportera and Manufactnrers, No. 41 Chatham alrect, have ou hand a large aaaor'.tneut of the Si* Barrels It Heiolviug Sell Cocking Pocket Piatola. These piatola have the advantage over all others ol the kind by the iin|ioaaibility of loving the caps, the nipples being placed iu a horizontal direction,and there being no cock in the way to prevent taking as correct sight as with tiie ordinary pistol or gun. The above pistols can be furnished lower than any others in the market, at wholesale or retail. We have as great a variety of other kinds of Pistols as can he found, with Rifles. U. S. Muskets, fur shippiug and military; Prize Musktu, do: Fowling Piece*, single and double; extra large size doulile and single Uuus for duckiug, together with Powder, Shot, Flasks, Bags, Caps.Lnvks, Barrels, Ike., lie., in 1 arge or small quantities. N. B.?Country dealers are requested to call and ezamiue our assortment before purchasing elsewhere. si 2m*r O AKEKY, 40 Lispenird street.? i'lie subscriber res|ieciiully U lulorm* his old friends and customers ihat he has resumed his old business ol baking, and will be ihauklul for their favors. Having taken the stand formerly occupied by O. W. MILLt K, III Lispeuard street, so celebrated lor good cake, aud the subscriber having carried on the business a number ol years at the well known Knickerbocker Bakery, No. 19 William St., a favorite resort for good crackers aud biscuits?he thinks he has not I'oigotten how to please the taste oflhe public. JAMES TOMPSON. N.B.?Always on hand, fruit cake of all kiuils aud prices? I wedding cake of all sizes?pound case and spouge cake of all sizes?tusk, tea biscuit and bread every afternoon?biscuit and cracker* Iresli every morning. oaO lin'r WATCHES LOW Fit THAN EVE1L?In consequence ol the reduction ol duties by the late tariff, the subscriber is selliiu, bis stock of Uold and Silver Levers, Au< hor Escapeineut Lepiue, and other Watches, ol new aud splendid ^ atterus, and Jewelry, at retail, at a considerable reduction Irom Conner prices, being much lower than they can be bought for at any oilier place iu tin city. (Jold Watcltei aa low as 2U to 46 dollars each. Watches auu Je weliy exchanged or bought. All Watches warranted to keep good time or the money returned. Watches aud Clocks repaired iu the best manner and w ait luted, at much less tliau the usual nilces. U.C. ALLEN, Importer of Watches and Jewelry, ol2 ]in*m Wholesale aud Retail, 30 Wall St., upstairs NEW CASH TAILORING ESTAI5LISHMEN T, NO 93 CHURCH ST, (BETWEEN KKADE AND CHAaMbfcUtS STKfclfcl'S. GKNTLKMKN furnish n* their uwu goixlicanhave them made up in the most idshiuiiable French style, cheaper than ever oliered before 111 this city. Overcoats made and trimmed $8 60 Frock coats " 7 50 Ores* coat* " " CM Vest ami I'auts $1 60 to 1 74 M. B.?Keparriug dime iu the neatest maimer. ol lm?m SAMUEL WYANT. VICTOR GIROUD, \JTATCH MAKKK, No. 23 Centre street, iu the city of New '* York, who obtained several gold and silver illegal* of the American and Mechauic Institute* uf Nrw Yurk, in the years 1818, '39, NO aud '41; and also Letters-patent lor ihc invention ol a Chronometer KscaiHincLt and for his Magic Chronometer, ha* tne honor to lhauk tiie inhabitant* of this metropolis for the Confidence they have heretofore reposed in him, aud assures liieui mat ne will coutiuue to meet their patruuage, oy applying al tiie exertions, punctuality aud abilities ol which he may be |?>n?s?ed in Iu* art, to she entire salislaction uf hi* frieuds anilcustoiuera. He will coutiuue to mauufaeture Duplex, Lepinr aud Patent Lever EacaiHiueuts, aud in general all kinds ol pieces belonging lo the art ol Watch Making. He also repairs Chronometer* aud every sort of tiuie-piece*. lie will also rep or, put in order and alter all kinds of mechanical Lamps, aud will warrant Ilia work,which will be made al moderate prices, losuit the times. Mr. V O. h.iviug just returned bum a 19Vage to Euiopc, has brought Willi hiin a choice 01 articles suitable to this market, which he invites his friend* and patrons to examine, uud which he offers lor sale at mooerate prices. They consist priuci|>ally iu Clocks or feudetuins, quite modern patterns. Mechanical Laiiipsfrowi the best |iatenue makers in Pans. Lamp Ulass Globes, both eugrar<dand painted, a new style. Aancy articles, suitable I'yr presents. ydropuuuialic Apparatus lor malting coffee. uow almost the oul y oue generally adopted. Mr. V. G. having established a correspondence in Krance with tiie pauntee ol the best niechauicalLaiups manufactured in Paris, will alwav s keep on hand a choice aasorttnent of this article. o2# eod lin?r Heap Muaetebs or the Mamire Coars, Washington, 4th October, 1941 OEPARATE PHOPO8AL8 will lie received at the office of k> the Quartermaster of the Marine Cor|>s, in this city, uulil 10 o'clock, A. M., on Tuesday, the 8lh day of November next, for I'uruishiug rauou* to the United Slates Marines at the following stations, loi the year 1813 Pn.tsrnouth, New Hampshire ; Cliarlesuiwn, Massachusetts ; u CI... 1 1.1 1 SI v?e . Goaport. near Norfolk, Virginia; Peusacola, Florida, aud Washington, Distm t of Columbia. Tin raimus 10 consist of oue pound and a quarter of fresh beef, orihrce nntrters of a pouiid of meaa pork; eighteen ouncei of bread or Hour, at the optiouof the Government, and at the rate of an pounds of good clean coffee, twelve pounda of good New Orleans sugar, eight quarts of bcaus, lour quarts i of vinegar, two quarts of salt, lour |>ouiids of asap, and one and a half pounds of good dipped caudles to each hundred rations. It is understood that the full side of beel (neck and shins excluded) be delivered if required ; if such quantity be not required, that th? fore and hind quarters be delivered alternatiIv ; sod the bread or dour shall be of superfine quality. All 1 the articles to be unexceptionable .and to be issued to the troops without expense to the Uuited Stales. No otter will be entertained at this office unless ac- ' companied by the names of the sureties of the proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for rations for 1M3." 1 AUG. A. NICHOLSON, Quartermaster Marine Corps. The American Sentinel and Pennsylvanian, Philadelphia; I the Portsmouth Gazette, New Hampshire; the New York Keening Post, the New York Herald, the New York Knquirer, aud the New York Union: the Baltimore Republican; the Norfolk Beacon: the Norfolk Herald; the Kichmoud Kuquirer and Richmoud Whig; the Alexandria Gazette. Alexandria, D C.; and the Tensacola Gazette, will give the above three insertions each per week, and Send one copy ol the advertisement to accompany the account when forwardod to this office for pay in< nt. og t od to ?N GUITARS. Vf ART I.N ItCOUTA, Guitar \1 tuufaeturers, 38J Broadway, a'-a up suits, have constantly on hand a large assortment of Guitars, ol French, Griman, and S|iauish merle I. ,\|. k G. would call the atteution of Solo players to their il.... i- -a -l . 1 _ i - C 11 i* ' ? i 1 brilliancy and purity ol tune are superior, and very eaay to the I execution. The instruments are Warranted iierfect, and to 'ind any change of climate, and will Iw eichauged at any 1 time ihould tin y not prove satisfactory Stranger* are invited to call and examine them. Pricos nom $15 to $100. ' Sold, wholesale and retail. 8. B. Coupa contiutie* to give Lesions ou the Guitar. *11 2a eod? pOAh, COAL?A cargo of be.*t~lled Ash Peach Orchard, C broken Coal, dis'liarging this day from barge Brter, foot of . Kulger streel, and will be drliveied free orcait*ge'at$5,M |>er ton. Orders received for the above ijuality of Coal for one week, 1 at the following low prices' Broken, $5,50 1 Egg. $5.50 Nat $5,Oil 1 n56l*r OtOIKiK THOMPSON,* lie.ter.t. ! QLOVKit, VETVKTS AND SILKS RESTORED.? { Dr. Keu< In wauger h i* constructed an appsralu* for restor- , iiig dam *ged or sj ott>d kid gloves, silk vrlvcls and silks to their irigiiisl condition, and on very reasonable terms. Orders and ( parcels punctually attended to by DR. LEWIS KEUCHTWANGKR. 031 Jawlm'm I Wall strrrt. TIIK TEKTH. tPHE TEETH?A reduction of 20 per cent?Upper and ! X lower sets ofti i tli inserted on suction or atmospheric presluie, so as to be worn with ease and firmness, from s tingle loath to an entire set; all cau be supplied with the best mineral teetii; toothache cured. Kor t striding tooth, 50 cents. < Children's, nilf price. J. Bnskey, Surgeon Dentist, 27 Mur ? ray street, nest door to the church, west of Brundwiy. jy23 cod 3in?^TRENCH AK HKICl\L nt>~ J ucv)M?<>r? r( Brnnla Xoiirrr k Co hare Jut reeeieed h, Harre rackets Ballim<iff and Villi- <! Lyon, a larne assortment if fashionable flowera, of the latest Pa i.ian stile. Mourniuk Flowers a la Uucheue U'OrleaDa, Cords anil Ta^aela, anil a kreat variety "I new fanry artielr. of toilet forparties tod halll. 1 The No. I IK William street i. the true and only depot of those ' "MrniM articlra from their manufactory Hue tie Tracy, No. 6 t a Paria. n2 1m*r J BOOKK E EPIN (i! rT,HK COUNTINH ROOM* OF O. C. MARSH, forth, t atuil, of pi act'cal Bookkeeping, and inrrcantilr tnthmetic i hourt'dailyB' to 1 P. M. I'upila attend two or more I Cedarw'1'' I""" may be had at the rooma, No. ?8 t 11.^.9^? ^ W,:'.V' w,,ich *re hiuhly recommended for " In ir simplicity, and the great amount of inalruetiou lliey con- I lam. ..resold ".ab irr, as | Hows:? t Double Eidry Bookkeeping sinuililled 10th edition, *1 no a Single do do improved, 3d edition, 71 i The..- Book, arr well calculated for school. and arlf-instruc- 1 ? nl gij.'r , ALL READ THIS. ~ ~ 1 'THE undersigned having made several heavy parebaaea of i a Hour of Very aaperuir brands, will off. , f,? aalr on and if- 1 irr Monday heitj p-rinda baked Bread, for I .hilling. To ihoae unacquainted *i'h the article, he would state that ii*e ha. ilenrrally hi t n a <econ,lary conaiiirratinn, it being hi. 4 roiMtaot udeaeor to (ratify the I sale rather than u.r interior Hour In increase the Wt ntlit. But now Hour beiuK ao unusually , -heap lie feel.satisfied, should the purchaser .tody either .Ism nruiialit f. or einnot fiil in tieiucpleased alter Kivinr it a trial N B. Sr(,rrk?ii|iers wilting I", bread can be supplied by -allin; at hia atop , wiere terina wi I tie made known I KOBT. MtTMBY, III Fulton U. or, 4 door* .ihovr lit my. l Butter and Sugar Crackers, manufactured by himsrlt, of aa^erior quality, frr.h eeery day. J h Brook It ii, Nor. 3d, IM2. nilw'ee I b ~E. W. NANCE, f ? EXCHANGE BROKER, .2.1 lui'r No. 1 CAMI' STREET. NEW ORLEANS. W YO YORK, WEDNESDAY M NEW STOVE." SHEPARD'S PATENT REVERBERATOR. rI,Hli auhauribera offer lhi> day to the public, the office null parlortile of iln< new <ud tplcudid patent (lore. We uk all in went of atovet l > call and examine it. It la by far, the moat efficient and rcn oniical ato*r offered lor a number of ycara, aud lite the a|>| i al of all wlio bare irtu it, and bids lair to laki' the lead >f all inhere. Larger ailea will be ill readmcM in the court, af a lew daya. In the inean tune, the |iriiui'i| le of theatotr, can be acta fully developed ill the tile rahiluted. 8HKPARD V CO. Noll's Stove Warehouse, No U2 Water street. N. B.?A splendid uurtmrul (if Noll's lladialor Stove, the only tore in ihe market suitable lor warming dwelliugs, cliurrlns, hotels, public buildings, Ike. A two story li?ua? can bV wormed with three tuna of coal, less than one (rate will eonanme. Drama for |<arlora and halla, in atylr and variety unequalled in the city. Alao the beat wood cook alove ever offered. a29 lm*ec STOVES?STOVES. BACKUS' PATE XT RAREFIER, OR FRUGAL HOU6EWARMER. THt Propiletor, in offering thu valuable atove to the public, would briefly atate aome of the adt antages of . heir improve ment, which conaiat chiefly in the following particulars, vias? I?To obviate the evil of iin- 4?To be caiwbleof afforduure aud ooxioua (aa iu the io? a mild or an inleuae heat, buruinc of anthracite coal. 6?To avoid all iucoveuience 1?To generate and diffuae from duat. a warm and wholesome at- 7?To preserve the air of the mosphere la places ei|ioecd to apartment pure and wholedamp and cold. some. 3?To lesson the risk of aeci- ?And to unite with all drat by fire. those excellent qualities, an ?To be quickly kindled elegant and durable article of am easily managed. furs no re. i his Store ia constructed of he . sal quality of Hnaaiaaheet iio*. upon the cylindrical pla ir-the furnace or fire-chamber occ pyiug a part of the cratre cv tttder, to which ia attached an aim epheric Karefier u|iou each aide, of a tubular form, and lined throughout. The heat that is created in the chamber passer between the linings of the two rartliers (or radiators as they ?ie called] into the base at the bottom, and a current of air continually rushing through the tubea, which are left oneu at each end for that purpose, carries a great amount of rarefied or warm air iuto the aimrtment. The purity and sol'iuess of the air in a room heated by this stove are peculiar and remarkable, the heat being diffused from a great extent of surface moderately heated. The healed air, on antenna the wings or sides of the atove,ileaceuda and spreads over the entire surface of tlie base at the bottom, keeping the colder portiou of the air next the floor in constant circulation? in the meantime preserving it entirely from contamination, rendering tins Stove perfectly safe and agreeable for apartinculs of invalids, sleeping rooms, lie. Manufactured by Jilt E. BACKUS, 44 Bowery, N. Y. N. B. A new article ol air tight stoves, with rarihers ; also the new kitchen companion cooli stove, warranted equal to any in use iu this city. s37 lm*m NOTT'S ri T O V E S nEI'AIKHL) y RICHARD AYL1FFE, established nine IV years ai 86 I sthaui street, New York. K A. iiaa NoU'a auil other Stove , which he can sell at a very reduced price Stoves and pi|ie put up at the shortest notice. N. B.?l"n? constantly on hand. sIT lm*r D EFORM YOUR STOVE BILLS.-Ecouoray auU utility It being ike order of the day, the subscriber has determined to sell Stovas at the lowest |iossible remunerating prices; his Column Parlor Stove, answering ail the purposes of the grate, with half the trouble and espouse, suitable for sitting rooms, offices, stores, or halls, is worthy the attention ol persons wishing to purchase. His assortment of cooking Stoves are not surpassed in the city, for cheapness and superior style ol eontrructieu, combining all the requisite* for kitchen use, and a great saviug of fuel, which is an item many persons overlook in selecting stoves. He solicits housekeepers and others to give him a call at the office of the Warren Furnace Company, No. 12 Fulton street, N. Y., before purchasing elsewhere. As this company manufacture their stoves, purchasers will not be subjected to a tax by buying from second hands. Their assortment consists of air-tight, cooking and parlor Stoves, Pump*. Iron Furnaces, Coffee Mills, Kettles, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, (kc., wholesale aud retail. Orders for castings solicited. J. V. TIBBETTS, 0I6 lm*ec 21 Fultou street, N. Y. ESPY'S PATENT CONICAL VENTILATOR. rPHlReheap, simple an,I efficient apparatus is adaptr n to all ' purposes of Ventilation. Ships, Steamboats, Cnurehes, Hospitals, Prisons, Mines, Vault.-, kc. (kc. may b' its applies tion be kept free from ell foul air and unwholest me effiiNia; it is also an effectual curu for Smoky Chunnies. The subscriber havii^ purchased the ri ght for the City and Comity of New York, is prepared to sipply the public with Cones on demand. Metal Koolfiug of all descriptions lurniahed in any part of the country. Croton Water Pipes and Plumoers' Work in geueral. Also, Galvanized Iron and Tin Ware at wholesale. Stovepipes, bath tubs, coal hods, (kc at prices greatly reduced. All work warrauled, an 1 orders by letter attended to. P. SUMNER, s253m*in 120 Water street. STOVES?OVENS rpHE largest assortment of Stoves of any house in New A York.?Their newly invented Parlor Stove needs but to be seen to be universally adopted. Its immeuse radiating surfa' e exceeds that of anv other Stove now in u?e?exhibits more tire, with the consumption of less fuel, than any former invention, it also discharges its own ashes by a s'mple process, without soiling or lodging its dust ou the furnituie of the room iu which it is used. It will be founo the cbeipcat and most economical Store ever brought before the public. Als >, Cook St ivus, new, air ligh', Ike. in all varieties, from three dollars upward* Every article warranted. RILEY'S PATENT BOILER AND IRON HEARTH is an admirable article?they can be titled to any stove now iu use, and of unequalled value in broiling steaks, toasting bread, an.I also in heatiug irons for ironing clothes. Riley is the inventor and sole patentee. o21lm?r RiI.V.Y k MVV.HS FISK'S PATENT NOVELTY COOK STOVE. rpHI9 Stove was pronounced last year, and ia this, by all A who have it, to be Dot only the beat ever invented, but the only Stove they ever had by which baking, boiling, and rotating, could be done perfectly, and at the aaine time. This year the improvement hat been auch, that doubt* the amouut of cooking can be done, (and that too to perfection) than upon any other Stove of the aame aire ; for proof of which, yon have only to call at Flak's Stove Establishment, 209 Water a tree t, win re any quantity of rrferencei will be K'vru?and further, every Stove warranted, or the money tended. Kiak'a Keiu atiug Premium Drum for iwclors. Hall I Druma.aud hall, parlor, and office atovea, and all the ordinary cooking atovea. for vale cheap. b ISK'S Stove Establishment, 209 Water atrcet. The above atove, and alao the regulating drum, can now be aeeu at the Fair i but thoae desiring atovea, are requested to call at the establishment, where they can eiainiue them to better advantage, 209 Water street. oM lm*ec L. w Cob's NEWLY INVENTED PARLOR AND HALL STOVES. tpHlS is one of the most valuable inventions ever offered to 1 the public in the stove line, and ia the most pe^ect article eataul, for the uae of all kinds of coal or wood, in heating at?rtmerits. It haa uo leas tlun four radiators and two descend ing Hues, so arranged that the radiaton are placed between two tires, and cauae all the heat generated te be distributed ioto the aiwrimeut; while in other stoves a large portion of the heat ia carried off in the pipe. Oue peck . f coal in this stove w ill yield more heat than i bushel in the best stove now before the public ; while you have the advantage of an open Are or splendid grate at pleasure It is allowed by all who have eiamined it to be the moat per feet combination of utility and ornament ever brought lor ward, but to be fully appreciated, itueeda only lobe sren and eiamined, aud all in want of a superior article for Mating parlors, halls offices, nurseries, lie. are invited to call. Prices are suited to the timet. Also on hand a variety of other Stoves, suitable for all purposes, which will be told very low. L. WOOD, 237 Water etreet, between o21 lm*r Pvck slip and Beekman street. ~ AHTISTI N HAIR. MANUFACTURED FROM LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HAIR. NOT leet than two inches long, in one hundred different designs?Necklaces, Bracelets, Watch guards, Ear-riuga, Flowers, Rings, Wigs and Scalps. A. C. BARRY'S WIGS ANI) SCALPS. Still stand pre-emineut above all othera. Their peculiar light, gossamer, aod ventilating character, their being shaped eiactly ss the natural hair grows; their elasticity and their superior ma trnal and workmanahip, aa well aa their atyle ot tiniah andarairaugemeut, all combine to form aoch twrfect lieada of hair, that tney rnuat be aeeato be fully appreciated. Partiea luring a niece of hair of a Bring or deceaaed friend, can (at it formed by him into any deaigu the mind cau coaceiee. In anch a form it will be a kerpaakr inealuable. Gratnitona advice given on all diacaaea connected with the hair, at the Hair Cutting Knoma, 146 BROADWAY, cor of Liberty atreet, jyllCm* Up Suirt. " TOHO!!! KING'S VERBENA CREAM. rPHIS Celebrated Shaving Compound la now all the race, aa A well among tonaorian profeaaora, aa among thoae who prefer tn gatner in their own diurnal cropa The improerment recently made in its mannfacture placea the Verbena Cream ibove competition. The aubacriber having purehaaeil the copy right, preaenta it o the pnblic with an elegant uew lain I, and guarantee. that for taae in ahariiiK it can be equalled only by a Wall atreet broker, he Crearu poeseaaiug the advantage ol giving better aarialaction 0 the |>arty by the operation, and thia apeaking from care ric nee. To prevent impoaition by the apnrioua article* now in the narket. Ike directiona for aae will have the written aignatnre if the proprietor, uone other being genuine. Koraale wholeaale and retail at 100 Naaaau at, K. SINCLAIR, rroiirictor N. B.?Alan for aale, Kiug'a hliair of Life, Nelaon'a Kv ractof Saraapaiilla, Dr. Browder'a Compound Byiupof Indian ' farnip, kc. ol ! * A RICH TONKI) EIGHT SILVER Mtin. FLUTE. SECOND HAND?a rare and aplendid inatrument, will be ^ aold cheap. Apply to T MON/ANI, o7 lm*in 54 Thnmpann atreet. LIENR~V~Sc OTT .No.W Water.t? N. Y, kee pa conauot 11 Iv on hand a general aavortment of Picklev, Catauiw, Saneea, kc , Prcaarvea, Jelllea, Brandy eraita, lie., wholeaale aud to ail. All ordera for Shipping and f'amiliea punctually at ded to all lm#r [MCORTAiaT ANNOUNCEMENT.-BHggTk I'enman, 1 beg jo call the attention of the public tojheir improved me nun 01 mirr proming oy aaiuratlon. I ney render perlec'lv eater proof ill ktmla of woollens, linens, co tons,calicoes,silks, kc without injury to either tahric. color 01 luatre. B. k P. laving been awarded a diploma by the American Inaritute for heir ?ii|>erior water proof articlei eihihited at the fair hare low commenced business uuder the firm of the New York (Valer Proof Kstabliahment, 47 Christopher itrcet. The aDove tyle ii muchaaperior to any Mackintosh erer yet offered to he public, it being free from that uuwholraome. unhealthy

mil diaagri cable anteII that every Mackintosh alwaya haa let It le got up in what ever atyle it mar. No aoouer doea the MaeLiuioah loae that injurioua oder than it heroines a uaeleia aricle. The above preparation doea not ainell, and in all caaea illnws perspiration to evaporate freely, hot mil perfectly im ervioua to water, ft. It P. panir ularfy call tlie attention of the irmy, nayy, firemen, watchmen, carmen, camera, traveller*, ailora, and in ah-wt all who are eip aed to the weather. B. h '. also Water Proof all kinds of over coata, pilot and heaeor :oats, panta, cloeka, or any kind ol wearing apparel, wilhont njury to either luatre or trimutinga, however d'licata. If the kMicle haa been a little worn water proofing completely renoatea their fabric, cooae<|uently thia will be an act of economy ind a great aaving to the wearer Any commufncation or order forwarded to 47 Chriatopher trver, N. V. will be punctually attended to, and tvery aiticl# ill be done with the greatest care and facility. The only varranted place of the kind in the Ueitrd fttalea. ?ll?at "aTKKT pH.bskkvi;t> poiiTauLk M?aTS anl) soups, 1 A KRA NTKD to keep any length of time in any elimate, ?? lohatem. hahhnt, thad, aalmon, oyawrs, and clams, eel\ mutton, veal, deck, chicken, turkey, beef aoup, mutton >ffdh, elm ken aonp, M tail aoup, mock and green tnrtle aour, egrtahle aoup, green peaa, mushrooms. carrota, turnips, paruipa, tomatoea, milk, uc. sr., manufactured aud aula whole- ! \ . WILLIAM MULLANK. o7 ltn*m ui% Naaaau at I 1 iRK I ORNING, NOVEMBER ! GU>8, HOLE*. PISTOLS, uid a *i'iirr*l aaaortineat ol faniwari', cutlery, nud Taney poods, au?ilst Tiers. liors. trace iitl lo? clivui, shovels. ipiilri. axes, locks, tx>lu, mill saws lilcs.lsble eulL-ry, p x-Lut knives, with a Uipe assortmen of uuus, nlUs, muskets and pistols. fir sale at low prices by A. W. STIES k CO., *20 1 to * ri?' til Prarl %tr~t. I V^UFKS! MUFFS! MUFF8 1 J?The luddtD changes iu J-'A the weather render it iudi*|>eiisibly nveeuirv that the beauty auti fashiou of our city should avail themselves of the great induce nieut offered to guard agaiust the approachiug inclement season They are uww ruabled to enjoy a promenade during the coldest weather ty providing themselves with a line Muffat the store of BAUNKTT fc 8IMMOND9, 449 Broadway. AII descriptions of Furs cleaned and repaired at reduced rates o22 lm*m QENTFitAL BfcNNKTT'8 MOttMON DISCLOSURES " * ?The subscribers Will ouhlimh in I ha courw of the euauiutf week, " Mormonism Ei|M>aed; or, a History of Joe Smith and the Latter Day Samu. by G?n. J. C. Bruuett," Thear highly iuterestiui; and aatouiidiug disclosures exhibit in their trae colors the |irolli*acy auil wickriJiieaa ol' the Mormon leaders. It will be issued in good style,. In a l3mo. volume of upw rds of 330 pages. Orders 'rsix-ctlulH solicited. LKLAM) V WHITING. 0I6 lm*r BKADBUKY, HOD EN fc Co. ir Nassau st. STATE OF NEW YORK-SECRETARY'S OFFICE.) Albany, Aug. 31, IMS. j TO THE SHERIFF of the City and County of New Yora a ?Sir?Notice is hereby given, that at the next General Election, to be held on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday of November next, the following officers are to be elected, to wit: A Governor and Lieutenant Governor of this State. A Senator for the first Senatorial District, to supply the vacancy which will accrue by the expiration of the term of service of Gabriel Furman, on the 1st day of December next. Also, the following City and County Officers, to witThirteen Members ssf Assembly, and a Register III the place of J. Sherman Browned, whose term of service will expire on the last day of December urit. Yours respectfully, S. YOUNG, Secretai^ ef State. The above is a true copy of a notification received from the Secretary of State. MONMOUTH B. HART. Sheriff of the City and County of New York. Sheriff's Office, New York, Sspl. 10, 1143. All the public newspapers in the couuly will publish the above once in each week until the election. See Revised Statutes, vol. 1st, chap. 6lh, title 3d, article 3d, part 1st, page 140. olO tN>r MARTIN'S CASH TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT. 164 William Street, Corner of jinn Street, IS decidedly the cheai>est in the city. There is -lways on hand a select slock of seasonable goods, purchased fpr cash, which will be made un to order in the stvle of ruL, At ining, fce., that has given auch gcneial satisfaction liariug the lul four years, and u i positive saving ofJU per ceul. Geutlcmeuare requested to call and examine. Those who farnish th eirown goods, can have them MADE AND TRIMMED. Dress Coats, made and trimmed, -$7 00 to S< 50 Krock Coats, do do 8 00 to 9 J# Pants and Vests, 1 74 to 2 00 Over Coats, 9 00 to 11 P0 ITT" Terms?Cash on delivery. slj lm* c MICHAEL K. MARTIN' THE AMERICAN MACINTOSH. PREJUDICE, or habit, make some to prefer every thing (win. We ask such to make trial of our wa ter-iiroof coats and capes, and learn for once (so far at least as our Macintoshes are concerned) that the only merit |>eculiar to llie imported ever the American, is tiiat they may have hung on a |ieg in Cheapaide until they became rusty and out ol lashiou, then shipped to America to be sold as "good enough for the market." Price of the American Macintosh from ten dollars upwards. HORACE 11. DAY, 44 Maiden Lane, sl9 lru*r Successor to> Koxburv India Rubber Co. ONE PRICE STORE. rpHERE 18 NO IMPOSITION practice a at tlus store by J- asking d juble the price an ar .irir la wortn, neither anv int terrupciou on the side walk. Mo insnlt ottered it you don' purchase. Any person wishing to make a purchase can rely on being furnished with clothing st the following prices : Coats $0 s II Cloth Jsckets 3 s 4 Cloth Tauts 3 a 4 40 Saitinett Paats 1 40 a 2 40 JACOB COGSWELL. o4 Im'r 133X Chatham street, near Rosevelt St.. N' Y. R E MOVAL. PHILLIPS' CASH TAILORING ESTABLISH MENT, Is removed from 144 Broadway to No. 7 Astor House ECONOMY IN GENTLEMEN'S DRESS. Garments of a must Jegant and Kaihiouable kiud rt a saving of CO per cent for cash. rPHE advertiser di mi it unnecessary to re*or( tj the heck* J- neyed system of giving a list of nominal prices, presuming that the length of time he has been established, together with the extensive patronage bestowed ou mm, will prove a sum eient voucher for his capabilities. Possessing the advantage of being couurcted with an extensive cloth establishment in Europe ne couiiuenuv assets mat ne can luniisn c.otnrs wnicn, on companion, will be found lower than any other house making up the beat descriptions of gentlemen's dreaa. st(3m 8. PHILLIPS, 7 Astor House, Broadway SHIRTS. OHIRT9 made after the latest and moat approved French O patterns. Coats, i ahlaloous, vesta, and all under K.innenu, made to order at short uouu and in the most fashionable style. Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, ST and 69 Maiden Lane, New York. aim*' WM, COLLINS. J. SOR1A, " FRENCH DYER, 4M PKAHL ST., Principal Office, fHANKFUL for the paliouagc heretofore Destowrd, resA, pectfiUly informs the public that he has, for the accommodation of his customers in the upper part of the city, opened Two Offices, one situated 237 Btncisa St., the other 332 owtif. for the reception and delivery of Goods. All kinds of Silk, Cotton and Woollen Goods DYED. Merino and Camel's Hair Shawls, cleaned in the French style, with neatness and despatch. K /- All kinds of Wear in* Apparel and Carpets scoured. Merchants can hare all kinds of goods dyed andputapin their original form. Brooklyn Office, 49 Fnlton st. Brooklyn. (SI lm'r DK8TAUHANT FRANCAIS, No. 1 Nassau st. opposite Iv the Custom House, J. BONNaRD It P. DELAMOTTE have the honor to inform their acquaintances and strangers generally, that they have enlarged thtir Breakfast and Dining Saloons,and have besides arranged convenient rooms for private parties, and will pay particular attention to enters for Dinners and Suppers in private houses, which they will furnish at very moderate prices. They constantly have on handBrandy Preserves of all kinds. Liquors in great variety. Wines of all brands. Oil of Olives refined. Gruvere Cheese. New Chalel Cheese. Truffle, and Mushrooms. Fat Liver Pies, fcc., he. off Im*r TO THE AMATEURS OF THE ACCORDION! rnrivnn r miiitivi ,,.r? i.. M,ki.. ,l.. k. ^ has ju?t published hit Accordion instruction, winch it divided io two iwrts?the firat for the Accordion* without tenutonci?the second for those with semi-tones, both or which are amply furnished with selected music, and eieicises pro grrtsiiely written, inorderlhal the amateur can easily liar* entire command orer the instrument. 81GN0R MARTINI btgs also to state that he has a large collection of MSS. music lor the Accerdion, which he intends to rublish shortly, and he arranges for that instrument any sort ol music ne should be required. The Bignor will be thankful to all those who will faror him at his residence, 90 Canal street, wheie he continues to giee his lessons. au!9 3m*r T"\ WILHELM9, No. 234 Broadway offer* for sale his new -Cr imported stock of goods, wholesale and retail. 1.?Of Embroideries, commenced and finished pieces of sariout kinds; worsted, wool, stitching and knitting silk, beads, canvas, patterns, he. 2.?In small and lace wares, all sorts of silk and worsted strings, borders, trimmiuga, taa-els, fringes, and every article in this 1 line, done in the most fashionable taste. 3.?The most copious and splendid choice of artificial flowers, done in the neatest work ana newest tasts, bonqnets, diadems, he. 4.?Articles of cast iron of the most various descriptions, manufactured in the Royal Iron Koutdary at Berlin 4.?Exquisite and neat Agures in bronxe. 6 ?A beantifnl assortment of superfine basket wares. 7.?A considerable and elegant choice of pressed and painted paper, sheets of letter paper, visiting cards, wafers, he. I.?An elegant and great store of the burst |>orcelaiu. 9.?A splendid assortment of the Anest dressing articles,cases andperfuines. o28 lm*rc WORTHY ATTENTION. 1 IOHT ! LIGHT !?Horn's patent solid bottom Glass KonnL tain Lamps for Chemical Oil?Krom tne peculiar beauty and elegance of these Lamps, thru neat construction and sulienor quality, they are destined to supersede all others now in use. The total absence of smoke and smell, the unparalleled brilliancy of Ihe flame, is admitted to be unequalled. N. B.?At leas cost than half a cent |>er hour. The proprietors assure the public that uo lamps can be trimmed and kept in order with to little ironble, and with so much vase and facility, as those from theu manufactory. J. O. Kay, sole agent for the proprietors, at 126 Pulton streel, 2d door Irotnthe New York sua office. Also, Chemical Oil, Csinphine. Globes, Wicks, fee. fce. of nienor quality, st the lowest uiertet prices, wholesale and rctaiL s? lm*ec FLUTE AND GUITAK. M H. PH1LIPE ERNST, Professor of the Flute, Guitar, an iu pstsnt Concertina begs to announce to hts friends and public that be has just published his new 'Hondo Militaire" for the Gitar, which will be found well worthy the attention of the truer or amateur, Irons its being well auapted to that instrument and calculated not only topleass but to afford instruction. This Rondo, with several other pleasing pieces of his composition "for the guitar" are to be found at Mr. Ernst's residence 6g Canal street, where he continues to give lessons on Uie above instruments si 3?*r WELLINGTON A. CAR 1'ER, Wine and Commission Merchant, No. 5 New street, one door from Wall street, has on hand, and is daily receiving, choice articles, aud offers them at moderate prices, for ca.h or city acceptances. He offers for sale 1M hhds and smaller packages of Lomeline Madeira Wins 10 casks Malmsey Vintage, of 1812, 2) casks Port, pure jaice, the best in the market, 47 casks Brown, Gold and other aup'rior Sherries, 21 caska Henesaey, Seignette aud Otard Biandy from London D >cks, 10 pipes Holland Gin, |iart Swan brand. Its fined Loaf, Lump, aud Crushed Sugars, from the beat Refineries, for which W. A. Carter is agent. IJO baskets Champagne, Anchor, and other choice brands. W. A. Carter is also general agent for the ancient house of Loineline, of Madeira, and takes orders for their celebrated Wiiipi. of everv aire or oualitv reunited. MARBLE TILES. dTEEL, I KPrtCR, CLOVES, lie. 3000 I till i nn Marble Tilea, whi e and bine. 20 be*? Sumatra Pfp(*i. IS b*a? real Bourbon Cloree. 50 krita imported White Lead in Oil. 25 bom Milan Steel in email bare. Alem uaoitBioit of Toiui, Aiju* Marine, and other ree Smnee for lewelleea. "h I m > PURE GROUND COFFEE AND SPICES. rp HO SIC within# (oparehiM purr Rootled kim) Or?iDd Cof1 fee. would find it to their md^??ntM? to cull ut 114 Ml too street, where if* bept th* obort article* of the very beet quell tv in the city, el pricct to suit the time.. Coffee H?aered rrery day (reah, and eentto any part of thia city "id Brooklyn, Iree of eii>ena?. Coffee Routed and (Jround lor Oroeenea, in ? Mgrinr ""WWr. P.BR. WELCH. lale brm of oil lm*in Welch fc Sheerer. GROUND SPICEd AND COFFEE A T THE HOPE MILLS, 14 Marketfirld atreet, between A Broad and Whitehall, late #7 Elisabeth atreet, .New York. Office 111 Yrent at. Conatantly on hand, at the loweet market mieea. end in the otuel rariery of packaaca. a?7 %n*ga IE 11A ). 1842. I<aui?nt?tlon Or Littlb Biddle o?t> uijtii, Jic?oi?iui ami Ma lomc blli.t. What wond'roua thinaa arc tin at- ? Ob, Malune! Oh, Malone! What wond'roua thmga are theae 1 Oh, Malune ! That caused poor Beach to cry, Aoil UUter thus to dio?thus to die ? Oh, Malone! When Jacksonville was linking down, Beneath an injured public's frown, 1'oor Beach did cry?Oh, Malone! Oh, Malone Now Uliter rone, what shall I do J Jacksonville has followed, too, Poor Beach will mourn?Oh. Malone ! Oh, Malone New London, Conn. [Correipoudence of the Herald.] Naw Londoh, Not.#, 1843. Elder Swan and the First Baptist Church?Excitement Subsiding?The Methodist Church?Mr Thompson. " I will wring your heart? If it be made of penetrable stuff If damned custom have not braz'd it so, That it be proof and bulwark against sense." " It is not madness, That I have utter'd : bring me to the test, And 1 the matter will re-word : which madness Would gambol from " For I almost can change the stump of nature, And either curb the devil, or throw him out, With wondrous potency " SKaktptart. J. G. Bennett, Esq Elder Swan, the lion of the day, continues his ministerial labors in the First Baptist Church in this city, but with decidedly poor success?very few have been converted, under his preaching here,and the case stands hard against him. Indeed he has excited feelings of opposition among the gTeat mass of the reasoning community,'since he has assailed men of respectable character, by pronouncing epithets against them, when there was no cause to induce the act, save a mere difference of opinion; which difference he has magnified to that focus which rendere it" diabolical" and " Christless" in the eye of his peculiar camera, as also in the sight ot the church. He says that he is right, for " God Almighty tells him ana tells every one to repent and be baptised, or they can never reach the kingdom of heaven And this doctrine he holds forth against other denominations of Christians who do not baptise by immersion?as though this and this alone had sole power to save Humbug! absurdity! Does Elder Swan know what he preaches! We opine not.? The whole drift of his discourses, are "repent and be baptised, or hell and damnation await you." Nothing said about committing sin afterwards. Now we ask in the name of all that's wonderful, if all mankind do not commit sin, and if they are proof againBt it after being baptised ! Our own observation convinces us to the contrary. Why, then, does not the reverend divine attempt to reconcile all men through good will to the truth of the everlasting gospel, instead of branding them with heretical invectives! He says, " God Almighty has marked out my course, and I, as an instrument in hiuhnndu wurn vnn nl Ilia wrath, unleaa VOU lenent and are baptised. I shall attack deviltry in whate ver shape 1 find it?whether guised by the cloak of religion or not?and shall * wring' it up in its true colors." He advises those who have taken the trouble to copy from his sermons, to erect over their doors a sign with the following inscription : " Ne ws and Intelligence Office for Hell! !" But considering the publications that have appeared concerning him as strictly true, would, or would not, the enquirer at the office get tne desired information 1 We would quote a few of his random, imaginative, expressions, were it not for the fact that they have been so often repeated by him as to become stale, and no longer interesting here. Would that our anticipa tions could have been realized, and we have been able to quote such a sermon from him as was alluded to in our last. Alas! it is not in the maw. Now let us leave Swan, and refer to something more w?rthy of our esteem. The Methodist church under the supervision of a Mr Thonqwon, a native ol England, is a complete paradise when comparec with the old Baptist church ia this city. He is c man unlike Swan in every respect; very intelligent, and a profound reasoner. His name, though now known only to a limited extent in this country, will soon shine forth one of the brightest stars in the firmament of religion. We have but little more to add. Your readers will see by what has already been written, that New London is now the focus of a great religious CAa'Ciuciu. auu mat muugii owan, wiui Dicmufiau voice, shook the walls of his church, in making his staving updeclarations as to what he would accomplish, as yet " drags his slow length along.M May pure and undefiled religion prosper, both nere ana elsewhere, whether Swanism does or not. IIorxsti. Literary Notices. The Clay Minstrel.?This purports to be the offspring of "that patriotism which catches its inspiration from the immortal God" (Clay). It is one of the poetic agents to elevate Henry Clay to the Presidency; and the following are samples that will make Horace, Shakspeare and others tremble for their laurels. The following, for example, is very much in the vein of Shakspeare:? But our (tate cooks began to ice, That the people through this vast country, All wanted food aa well a* he, That loafed within the chair, That loafed within the chair, That loafed within the chair, That loafed within the chair. And ruled the nation'* roast. So finding people growing lank. They cooked a dish called the Stmtt Bmnk, And sent John Ti a slice, quite frank, To taste within the chair, To taste within the chair, To taste within the chair, And approve the people's dish. It made Ti's gouty stomach sick; H* " threw it up," and sent it back, Saying, " the folks shan'i have a dish so crmek," While I (it in the chair, While I lit in the chair, While 1 (it in the chair. IH1 (ay what they iball eat. These verses forcibly remind one of the immortal Cowper:? Thii time we fell in with a Judai, A dotard both lelfiih and vain ; And he'i made our Whin R-1"'' burn priming, But we'll pick flint and try it again. But we'll pick flint, Ac. Hii eyeahave grown dim with the vapori, Abitructiom have addled hii brain , And whatever he ihootiathe miisai? But well pick flint and try u again ; But we'll pick flint, Ac. And now when adaitard and traitor Hai cauied ui to triumph in vain, True Harry leadi on to the reicue, Clying, " piak flint and try it again !" Crying, " pick flint,"Ac. llaiBY Clay or KaiYTUcar iiour leader, Come, rally from mountain and plain ! Think no more of the thing that betrayod ua ; Bnt pick flint and try it again. The next might easily be mistaken lor Horace But, hii couniel luited not when I reigned, when 1 reigned, For I let it go to pot a* I reigned. Hii coumeTlaited not, for my vowi I noon forget, And now Texal ii my lot lince I've reigned. Now, I muit beat retreat from the chair, from the chair, C Ik. naibin'a hirheat eat to deipair. Oh, "l mint b?a? rut real to the roguea march quick and fleet, All my V*to i? my ??? tnt'i botiltti atare. Poetry and patriotism certainly is riz, if not more. The Foreign Quarterly Review.?Jottph Maton, M2 Broadway.?October, 1842.?It containsthe famous article oh Newspaper Literature ot the United States. Tin Westminister. Rrvikw, for October.?Joirph Ma ton. Hurt's Mkrcharts' Maoazirk, for November ? Tins number contains the late U. 8. Tariff of Duties, compiled for the Merchants' Magazine by Henry Doane, a Custom House clerk, ana one well qualified lor the task. There is also a very interesting I article on Egypt and Mehemet Ali, contributed by | S. E. Cooly, Esq., whose travels in that country created stirh a sensation last summer, in certain quarters. Many of the prosy travellers in the East will never forgive Mr. Cooly lor publishing a book so amusing tnat it set half the world into a roar ol laughter, and some blockheads into a passion. The Life of Washirotor. No. 4-Jamtt Sirxa155 Bi'wtfiu<ay?By Jil*d Spark?. in fourteen numbers I LU. Prlc? Two Cmti. Thk Cold Watkk Magazine, for < >ctober, No. 4 ?Stringer, 155 Broadway. Self Devotion.?Library of Select Novels.?By the Meters Harper tr Hrulhert ?No. 9.?Price 25 cents?A Rood time to fill your library. Pauline, a Talk ok Normandy.?/. fVincheXcr, 30 Ann U.?Price one shilling. Ivaniiok.? Waverly Novels, No. 1.?Price 25 cents?hrael I'ott, t? Rou-ery.?All Scott's novels for $5 Handy Andy, No. 10, October?D- Appltton, 200 Broadway M uric.?" When llie Moon on the Lake is beaming"?by Stephen C. Maesetl.? Wm. Dubois, 286 Broadway. Also, "Many long years was 1 parted from thee"? by Henry C. Watson.? I Km. Dubois '286 Broadway. N'kw York Leqai. Observer, No. 5.?This number appears to be an improvement both in interest and utility, over its predecessors. Bankrupt cases continue to form a large proportion of its contents. Lawyers look at it. Thk Knickerbocker? For November.?The most amusing paper in this number is a vivid description ' of a picture auction, under the head of Life in New York. Guy Mannering?Wavehi.y Novels?Price 2b cents?No. 2, complete in 25 weekly numbers. Israel Post, 88 Bowery, New York. Circuit Court. Before Judge Kent. Nov. 4.? William J. Burrttt vs. Lucius S. Comstork and Gordon J. Leeds.?This was an action for libel and involved a mass of testimony, occupying the court for 5 days. The libel complained of was published in the Sun, and charged Burritt with exhibiting false documents to certain editors to make them believe he was the agent for Taylor's Balsam of Liverwoort, &c. The defendants pleaded the general issue and attempted to justify. The plaintiff had laid his damages at l .1 : i a l.? -li.. -i r irii iiiuuoaiiu uuuars. nuci nil uuic cnarge irom the Judge,the jury were about to make up a verdict without leaving tne court room,bnt at the auggestion of the Court went out, and were absent about five minutes, when they returned a verdict for defendants. The plaintiff's counsel had them polled when each one declared that to be hts verdict. Mr. Mulock for plaintiff. Messrs. Jaudon and Chester f*r defendants > BY WILLIAM H. SEWARD, Governor of the State of New York. A Proclamation. Thursday, the eighth day of December next ia hereby appointed to be observed by the people of this State as a day of Public 1 hanksgiving and Praise to Almighty God, lor the manifold blessings of the year. We have tilled the earth in safety, and gathered plentiful harvests j relieved labor by inventions of art and new applications of science; brought to successful termination works of physical improvement, designed to promote social intercourse and to J;uard against accidents to human life, and augment its enoymcnts ; rendered our system of intellectual and moral instruction more equal and efficient, and acquired comprehensive knowledge of the agricnltnra), lorest and mineral resources which Providence has supplied within the territory assigned for our habitation. The savage warfare which so long prevailed on the southern border of our country, scarcely less painful to humanity wheth er our arms were victorious or were unsuccessful against a rude and injured people, has ceased. Commotions which threatened to involve a sister State, and even the whole American family, in the calamities of civil war, and thus repress the growing confidence of mankind in their capacity for self-government, have peacefully subsided, and our controversies with a distinguished European nation have been adjusted bv a treaty securing reciprocal advantages and directing the efforts of tioth States to the removal of a great reproach of Christendom, by the extirpation of the slave trade. Philanthropy has not abated her zeal within our borders while extending her visitations to dis. tant regions ; and the lalors of Philosophy throughout the civilized world have been crowned with discoveries tending to ameliorate human life sod elevate the dignity of mankind. Let u* reverently acknowledge that theae and all the bleuinga we enjoy, deicead from Him by whom the nation* ol the earth are governed in righteousness, and all human affair* are regulated and controlled with infinite wisdom and mercy. Oiven under my hand and the privy aeal of the State, at thecity of Albany, this seventh dav of Novea. L. R. in the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, and in the sixty-seventh year ot American Independence. WILLIAM H. SEWARD. By the Governor. Hv.nav Usdiswoou Private Secretary. j T<0 FAMILIES GOING SOUTH, to the West Indies or 1 t Europe?A respectable female, 34 pears of age, wishes to i obtain a permanent situation as seamstress, in a genteel lamily. She would prefer going to Europe, vet would accept of - good offer to go Sooth or to the West Indies. The best ol references given. Address A. A. A. box 765, upper Poet office, N. York. sl?r LONDON AND MANCHESTER INDIA RUBBER GOODS WHOLK8ALE AND RETAIL, No. I Wall street. Th "* subscriber has received and offers for sale a large sssml meat of imported India Rubber Water Proof Goods, vis: Coats and Ca|>es, of superior Lama, Cashu.uie Lama, Persian, Merino and Cotton, of all color* and sixes. Cloth?India Rubber, Water Proof, super Lama, 1 -*~i Persian and Cotton, prepared for t ilors. India Rubber Webbings lor suspender*, corsets, Ac. s2* Sm?r <^has. ABRaBaMSON. ppvpiwn u1t rw iv I- uunrvptvrl /- a V T pi. ir I unuuun UL, onvululuvJAljbDftl. KMEE9, 413 Broadway, entrance in Lispenard ilmt. second door, lately from Europe, Profeaaor of the art of Fencing, give* instructions in Fencing ; also in the nae of the straigh^crooked, and Turkish sword, hunting knife, musket and ba>Tinet, staff, and every species of Weapons. Oentlemen, lovers of this art, military officer* of the army, navy, tie. are respectfully invited to call and witneaa an exhibition of his skill in this useful and imimrtant art. A spacious douMe Shooting Oallery, illuminated m Uie evening, will also he found with superior Swiss pistols?shoot nit at a distance of 21* yards. slglm'r /AHUIMAhY DAILY? F ew gentlemen in this city V' are aware thev can < b'ain a good subatautia) English Dinner, furnished with the best the markets can afford. Beer included, for 23 cents. Dinner on table at 2 o'clock. Chops and Steaks at any honr. Cold Cats, kc. Bear in mind, CHRISTIANBON'h, (late Stoneall's,) ol4 1m?r 29 Ann street. NOTICE TO FIREMEN, AND all other* desirous of keeping their Feet Dry and Warm the coming season. By calling at the OLD EXCLUSIVE BOOT STOKE, No. 144 Chatham street, they can be aecom modeled, as the proprietor has on hand a fall assortment of bis well known WATER PROOF BOOTS. Constantly on hand a fall sapply of all other kinds ef Boots at prices to sail the times. Also?that invaluable article Rogera' Metal ic Elastic Heel Boot can be obtained at the Old Exclusive Boot Store, No. 144 Chatham st. s2S lm*r "" CROTON WATER. tJANSON, WILCOCK k HANSON, Plnmbers. Brass 21 Founders, and Coppersmiths, next door to the Tabernacle, No. 331 Broadway, New York From loog practical esperience in businsaa in this 'and other cities possessing Water Works. H W. It H. have confidence In thns aasuring the public, that all orders entrusted to them will be promptly executed, with a view to permanent satisfaction,in a woikmxnlike style, and of the best matenals. Their charges will always Seas moderate as can be reaaonabl^affored by any competent and reapeeuhle concern. the Croton Water, latent lead tiipea, rail iron, composition and tinned pipea. Bran coeki and water cloaeta. of their own anperior manufacture. Hydrants of Carolina red cedar, bathinc tana, bath boilera on the beat Philadel|>hia (dan, and other artielea in the foregoing branrheaof buaineaa. oil lm*r SEGARS-SEGARS. THK following choice Seaara arc always on hand at HEN1 KIUUKH'S HAVANA AND PRlNCirfc 8EOAR STORK, wholeaale and reuil, baaement II William at. hall' and quarter boiea Do. No. , half aud iinarter hotea Noneeaa, in quarter and ei(hlh do Para Keaalos, in qnarter do Regalias, of a anperior quality, in )i> ^ and l-10th boxaa Conereaaa, in quarter botea Trabucss, do do La Norma, do do La Kaperanza, do do Trea Amncoa. in cartona of M each Loodon Re|taliaa, in cartona of 41 each La Prnela, in quarter boiea M lagan's apotted, in quarter hotea Panetilla'a, do. of anpenor qaality Yngenendad, do Demoyna, do Mateoa, do Prinri|>et, of the Rendon, Cruz and Sana, all ent. to deb. Primareraa, ill iinarter botea Alranzaa do Conatantiaa, do Buaumentas, do Kamero Regalias, do lmi?erial ao, inquarte oiea, a anperior artiele. N. B?aiuiirrnPeia .li--l na? ??.....KU t-ema 014 l mb _ NEW S TORE. PJOUTHOUY k NEVt R8 respectfully invite their fnenda V-f snd the public generally, to cill *12MI Brotdway, snd eiamine their sssortment of ... _ LAMPS, CANDELABRA, (HRANDOL*S ke Silver, Plated and BrUannta IVare, lable Cutlery, and Hon*- Fitntdttn# Goods, of everv description, which they hare put opened, and now offer on sale st pri es that cannot fail to sstuff parens sara. Enjoying tu|>erior advantage. in the .election and manufsctare of their Lamp., <firandolc, Candelabra, me., C. k N. are en.Med to offer them in great ranety of pattern and finiah.sniiable for churches, hotel., .tot", dwelling. and .team packet!. The.e (mi are a new and io?at desirable article, well worthy the attention of owner, and shipmasters Attention i. particolarly invited to the Solar Laaap, to lo.tly eejehiateil lor its superior brilliancy and economy. Thia Lamp aa te.ted hy accurate cape rim ruts, afford, twice the light of an A'tra', while it burns lor an equal number of hoar. at half the etpenae. rOIITHOUy k NEVERS will keep cotwtantly on hand a complete aaaotlment of the article, abore enn me rated, and hope by their endeaeom to meet the taatea and wiahea of the l ohlic, to merit a favorable ah lie of the patronage which is low a ilicitcd for their establishment. oil iwi.fctwos-rc CORSETS- CORSETS. fUST RECEIVED, at the New York CORSET WARS w HOUSE. No. 441* Pearl alrect, a lame assortment of FRENCH AND ENGLISH CORSETS, whieh will he sold at greatly reduced prices, IVholemlt and Retail N B ? Dealer, in Corsets are invited to call, as the whole stock ia newly imparted. 441* Pearl street. New York, ol# lm*m